"The trip that all kitesurfers in the world need to take!" Explore the coastline of Ceará sailing 50 km/day going to the best spots and ending up at the fabulous Jericoacoara National Park.


Jeri Classic kitetrip 

Itinerary (5 to 7 days) – Cumbuco to Jeri

Leaving Fortaleza from the famous beach of Cumbuco, the trip includes sailing at some of the most famous kitesurf spots on the coast of Ceará, passing paradisiacal beaches, lagoons, rivers, mangrove swamps and ending at the Jericoacoara National Park.

Along the way, sailors will have the opportunity to kite in conditions perfect for  Freestyle, Wave, Long Distance or simply a relaxing downwinder for beginners. Whatever your style is, we will find the best sailing conditions for your level of kitesurfing!




Itinerary – The Classic itinerary is the result of more than 10 years of experience in kite trips! This is an almost religious experience, where the kiter will have the opportunity to experience something unique in kitesurfing! Kiters from all over the world take this trip in search of unforgettable days, doing downwinds of aproximately 50 km per day with the comfort of having a 4x4 vehicle by your side on the beach and a specialized kite guide and instructor who knows the region like the back of his hand!


(Proposal for Itinerary)

Day 1. From Cumbuco to Paracuru: Passing by the beaches of Cauípe, Pecém and Taíba, the first day includes downwinds of up to 40 km, where we make stops in the world famous lagoons of Cauípe and Taíba.

Day 2. From Paracuru to Flexeiras: Passing the beaches of Lagoinha and Guajiru, the stretch is a fantastic 50 km downwind. We pass the Jegue Lagoon in Lagoinha and arrive for sunset at Flexeiras Beach. There we have great options for lodging and traditional beach front restaurants!

Day 3. From Flexeiras to Icaraizinho de Amontada: Passing Emboacas (famous for its perfect waves), Mundaú, Baleia and Caetanos beaches, the trip is a fabulous 50 km downwind! Paradise! This part of the trip is really isolated! There is no cell phone or internet signal and the sailors have the opportunity to experience nature in a primitive state! There are kilometers of beaches for you to explore and find the spot of your dreams!

Day 4. From Icaraizinho de amontada to Jericoacoara: Passing by the world famous Ilha de Guajiru and Préa Beach, Sailors will have the opportunity, depending on their level of experience to arrive at Jericoacoara Beach by kite, passing the famous Pedra Furada and finding a scene out of a film upon arrival, with capoeira, caipirinha stands and a lot of forró!

Day 5. National Park of Jericoacoara – On the fifth day we will explore the ecological sanctuary of Jeri, considered one of the 10 most beautiful beaches in the world. The region has unforgettable attractions, like its crystal clear lagoons, ecological excursions, dunes as far as the eye can see, etc, etc...   And for those who are still keen on sailing, don't worry, our trips in Jeri always ends (or begins!) with a sail in a very special place!

Day 6From Jeri to Tatajuba -  For our sixth day, we do a mind blowing downwind of approximately 25 km, passing spots at Guriú, where we cross the river on a ferry to get to Tatajuba Beach. We return to Jericoacoara to catch the sunset there.

Day 7. Free day in Jericoacoara and return to Fortaleza


P.s: This is merely an example of an itinerary that was developed specifically in order to get the most out of the trip in order to kitesurf. We are open to other proposals and modifications! No stress!



Kite spots

Cumbuco –  Located 35 km from Fortaleza International Airport, the beach is one of the most sought after by kiters from all over the world and has good beach front infrastructure, allowing for comfortable sailing! It boasts the world renowned Cauípe Lagoon, perfect for freestyle. However, during the windy season it is highly disputed territory. The town is quite a tourist location and frequently hosts national and international kite competitions. The dunes and lagoons that encircle Cumbuco make this fishing town a natural amusement park. It is a place full of sand and water activities, like jangada rides, dune buggy excursions, "skibunda," etc.

Taíba - Taíba Beach is 60 km from Fortaleza and is a small coastal paradise in the state of Ceará.  It has beautiful beaches with natural pools in its rock formations, cliffs, dunes and lagoons. It has little urban infrastructure but its great natural attractions make Taíba ideal for Surfing, Kite Surfing, Wind Surfing and Sand Boarding, or for people who wish for a tranquil place without much noise, it is great for being in close contact with nature. Like Cumbuco, it also has a lagoon which is perfect for freestye, but can also be crowded on weekends.

Paracuru – By far the best wave spot in the state of Ceará! Located 90 km from Fortaleza, it is a town with beautiful beaches and good hotels, inns restaurants and beach restaurants. It does not have beach front hotels, which makes it harder to get to the beach but the effort is worth it due to the excellent conditions for sailing with flat water at low tide and waves on the outside!

Lagoinha - Located 124 kilometers from Fortaleza, near Paracuru, Lagoinha Beach is one of the most beautiful in the state of Ceará. It is 15 Km long with a wide swath of fine dark sand, fresh water lagoons, coconut palms and a breathtakingly beautiful green sea. The “Jegue Lagoon” offers perfect conditions for learners and practicing freestyle, due to its being shallow.

Guajiru -  180 km from Fortaleza and 35 km from Trairi is a fishing village with white sand and fish weirs located in the municipality of Trairi. It is a small village with about 800 inhabitants from 140 families whose houses stretch down a piece of land between the beach and the dunes and who mostly still do traditional fishing. The village has excellent beach front inns and great flat sailing conditions at low tide, with waves at mid-tide.


Flecheiras- Cozy Flecheiras Beach is one of the most highly recommended destinations on the coast of Ceará for people who seek beautiful countryside, tranquility and good infrastructure. It is 130 km from Fortaleza and is a paradise of coconut groves, good winds, natural pools as well as being more rustic and less crowded than many other beaches in the state, yet it offers comforts. The beach is a large bay, which protects the little village from the winds, however 2 km outside the town, the wind is perfect, offering good flat conditions, especially at low tide.


Emboacas - Emboaca Beach is 10 km from Trairi on a good asphalt road. It is also possible and a lot more fun to go by the beach when the tide is out. The town lies between the beaches of Fleixeiras and Mundaú. It is a small village shaded by coconut palms with around 400 inhabitants, who are mostly traditional fishermen. Most of the houses are simple fishermen's homes. There is no hotel infrastructure but its proximity to Flexeiras makes this beach an excellent option for sailing without crowds!



Baleia - Baleia Beach in the state of Ceará, is one of the best preserved coastal places in the state, surrounded by coconut palms, dunes and calm, transparent waters. It is a little paradise that invites visitors to relax. Located 140 km from Fortaleza, Baleia Beach is great for tourism because of its unequalled natural beauty peppered with Jangadas and a small fishing village, which preserves the simplicity and charm of the village people. The beach has no nightlife and is almost deserted during the week. It has beaches protected by a coral barrier forming natural pools, good for freestyle, however in some parts of the bay the wind can be irregular, but it is nothing that hinders tranquil sailing.


Icaraí de Amontada - Icaraizinho, as the beach is called by people from Ceara is a destination for those who want to escape from the world and get away from it all. There is no cell phone signal here. However, for those that cannot live without being connected, some inns offer wi-fi connections. The little town is charming and has tasteful inns as well as excellent conditions for kitesurfing and windsurfing!


Ilha do guajiru - Is a small strip of sand (considered to be an island) located in the municipality of Itarema. It is perfect for sailing and has become one of the most visited tourist spots in the region. There is no construction on the island but at Barra Beach, located on the “continent,” there are hotels, inns and beach restaurants, all at the edge of the “arm of the sea,” facilitating the lives of the sailors! The beach has excellent flat water conditions, especially during full and new moons, when the sailing area is even larger due to the rise in tides.

Preá Beach - This is the gateway to the Jericoacoara National Park, and it is internationally known for its hotel structure, specialized in receiving sailors from all over the world. The winds are by far the strongest in the whole state, easily going over 30 knots, principally in the months of September and October. The village is located in the national park and is only 12 km from the center of Jericoacoara, which makes it a perfect downwind jump off place for going to Jeri!

Jericoacoara - Located approximately 300 Km from Fortaleza, Jericoacoara, or  simply Jeri, is an ecological sanctuary. It was considered one of the 10 most beautiful beaches in the world by the Washington Post. In 1984 it became an Environmentally Protected Area (APA in Portuguese), thereby preserving its natural beauty in an almost untouched state. Giant moving dunes, coconut groves, crystal clear lagoons, mangrove swamps, caves, and protected and ocean beaches, combine aspects of the hinterlands and the coastline in this ancient fishing village. In 2002 Jericoacoara became a National Park, reaffirming its importance for tourism in Brazil.


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